— Joe Martin (@joeDmarti) March 1, 2018
— TwinzerDad (@TwinzerDad) February 25, 2018
*Quiet Daddy-daughter screen time on Saturday morning*
7yo: (watching show on iPad) Daddy, is this too loud for you?
Me: No Sweetheart, but thanks for asking.
— Richard Dean (@dad_on_my_feet) March 10, 2018
Just changed a diaper on a standing baby. I feel like I just unlocked some sort of parenting achievement. #DadLife
— The Upshaws (@the_upshaws) March 16, 2018
Once again I have proven…that no matter how many daughters I have…I will always…I mean always suck at…ponytails #DadLife
— Scott #DadLife (@XTRDragon) March 16, 2018
Hit rock bottom and paid my 6yr to change the baby’s diaper. #DadLife
— Cody Girod (@GiRodeo) March 17, 2018
Son, I’ll make sure you have the finest education that box tops can buy.
— Goats? (@Gooooats) January 14, 2016
Welcome to parenthood.
Half your day is spent feeling as though you walked into a sliding glass door you never saw.
— A Bearer Of Dad News (@HomeWithPeanut) February 27, 2018
There needs to be a Robin Hood like person, who steals energy from kids and gives it to their parents.
— Real American Dadass (@R_A_Dadass) October 13, 2017
The parenting books never warned me how much of my daughter’s toddler years would be spent waiting for her to finish this grilled cheese.
— mark (@TheCatWhisprer) February 2, 2018
(Struggling for 20 min to get snow pants on 2 screaming toddlers)
TwinzerMom: Tell me again why we’re doing this?
Me: We’re making precious family memories, Goddamnit!
(5 min later. Back in the house watching Sesame Street)
Me: yea… let’s not do that again.#Dadlife
— TwinzerDad (@TwinzerDad) March 8, 2018
Me: Gordon, stop throwing things!
Gordon: I’m not. Im dropping things hard.
— Nathan Dale (@mudandhoney705) March 15, 2018
Sometimes, I will convince my son to have a nerf war so that I can hide and read the latest sports news without my wife yelling at me to get off of my phone and spend more time with the family. #dadlife
— Dad Life (@dadfessional) March 17, 2018